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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY, JULY I, 1SG1. Was mnimm 1 THURSDAY, JULV 4, 1861. THE FOURTH IN RUTLAND. Arrangements on the most liberal scale for the celebration of the coming Fourth at Rutland are nearly completed and the occa sion bids fair to be one of extraordinary interest. We have already heard of large delegations from various towns in the coun ty which are making preparations to be pres ent and if we are not mistaken there "will be a greater number of people in attendance than was ever before seen in Rutland on a like occasion. But we feel confident that such preparations will be made by our Hotel keepers and others, that all who come, will find ample accommodations. The Rutland & Burlington Railroad will run special trains as follows : FROM BELLOWS FALLS. A, M. Leave Bellows Falls, 6.00 " Bartonsville, 7.2( 44 Chester, 7.37 44 Gassetts. 7.S0 Cavendish, 8,03 44 Proctorsville, .0-S Ludlow, 8-20 44 Healdville, 44 Summit, 8.15 44 Mount Holly, 8.53 44 E. Wallingfbrd. 9.03 " Cuttingsville, f.13 44 Clarendon; 9.24 Arrive at Rutland, 9.40 FROM BURLINGTON. A. M. Leave Burlington, o.45 44 Shelburne, 7.05 44 Charlotte, 7.25 No. Ferrisburgh, 7.37 Vergennes, 7.55 JS'ew Haven, 8.11 44 Middlebury, 8.38 Salisbury, ' 8.55 Whiting", 9.0H 44 Brandon. !V25 Pittsford, '' 14 Sutherland tails. 9.55 Arrive at Rutland, 10.1; Train" will l:ave Rutland in Jthe evening as follows : .-""', L - FOR'BELLOWS FALLS. -' P.M. 'J. 15 10.05 10.20 10.31 10.41 10.5' i 11.17 11.27 11.14 11.57 12.07 12.30 P. M. 9.30 Leave Rutland, 44 Clarendon, 44 Cuttingsville, E. Wdi'.lingtord. " Mount Holly, ' Summit, " Healdville. Ludlow, Proctorsville, 14 Cavendish, Gassetts, 14 Chester. " Bartonsville. Arrive at Bellows Falls, FOR BURLINGTON. Leave Rutland, " Sutherland Falls, Pittsford. 10.00 4 Brandon 10-22 4 Whiting, 10.40 Salisburv, 10.53 14 Middlebury. 1.15 4 New Haven, 11.40 " Vergennes, 11.57 " North Ferrisburgh, 12.13 " Charlotte, 12,23 " Shelburne, 12.40 Arrive at Burlington, 1.00 Special tickets will be sold at all Stations on the Rutland & Burlington and Rutland & Washington Railroads to Rutland and back for fare one way. The following is the Programme of the Fire Works, which in extent and variety ex ceeds anything ever before shewu in Rut land, the exhibition of which is to be under the direction of a competent Pyrotechnist from Boston. PROGRAMME OF FIRE WORKS. FURXISHKD I;Y K. H. HUNT, EXCELSIOK LABORATORY, WEYMOTII, MASS. Signal Ro -kets will be fired from sun-down until 8 1-2 o'clock, when a brilliant display will commence with splendid Greek Bengole Lights illuminating the whole entire area the of Fire Works Gounds. Rockets, Gold Rain. No. 2, American Battery. Commen cing with a brilliant vertical wheel,of Chinese radiant fire with colored center, connects with a battery of candles, streamers, fee, terminating with explosions of mines Pe tards and Maroons. Rockets, Colored Stars.'-"! No. 3, Ispahan Rose. This beautiful and much admired piece commences with a variegated and richly 'colored Sexagon Ver ticle Wheel, changing to the Ispahan Rose of crimson, violet and green fires, mutating two Chinese Gerbs, heavily mirroned. Rockets, Silver Stars. No. 4, Date Trek ok the Desert. This piece commences with a sun of varie gated fires with crimson and green centers, mwtating to the Date Tree of the Desert, with splendid Saxon center, scattering its fruits through the desert air. Rockets, Colored Stars. No. 5, United Diamonds. Commen cing with a brilliant vertical wheel of Chin ese fire, connecting with the united diamonds worked in lance of jessamine fire with rose center and rays of sun fires' terminating with heavy explosions. No ti, Trite Lovers' Knot. Commen cing with a ring of malt use Chinese and jes samine fires, leaving a dark and opaque cen ter, and astonishing to the beholder, of a sud dtsn will appear several bright lines and tie themselves in a thousand knots. Rockets, Gold Rain. No. 7, Cross of Malta. Commencing with a brilliant sun of Chinese and Malteese fires with crimson fires in center, mutating to cross of Malta worked i silver and col ored lance, terminating with Chinese Gerbs heavily marooned. Rockets, Silver Stars. No. 8, Light ok Liberty. A brilliant illumination of rose fire connects with volca noes of candles and streamers, terminating with explosion of mines, discharging serpents, bees, and stars. Rockets, Gold Rain. No. 9, Snow Flake. Commencing with a brilliant vertical wheel of Greek fire with colored centers, connects with anow flakes worked in brilliant white fire, termin ating with rays of suns heavily marooned. Rockets, Colored Stars. No. 10, Mexican Sun. This superb piece commences with a vertical sexagon wheel of Japanese radiant fires, decorated with crimson center, mutating to a splendid sun of brilliant Chinese fire with revolving arsis. Rockets, Silver Stars. No. 11, July Emblem. In letters of fire appear the words, July 4th, surmounted by an American star in jessamine fire, be neath is seen the wheel of fortune revolving rapidly. Rockets, Gold Rain. No. 12, Jets and Cross. Commences with a sexagon vertical wheel of brilliant I white fire with centers of crimson and green ! fares. chan2itir to lets ana cross tires com- posed of brilliant Chinese and spur fire, tcr- minating with heavv exr Iomous. , Rockets, Colored Stars. ' No. 13, Saxion Cross. Commences ! with brilliant circles of Chinese Malteese and i crimson tires connecting witti ttie osxon Cross worked in lance of i rilliant colors. Rockets, Sliver Stars. No. 14, Aerial Shells. Thrown from : i : . i.:...,i r an iiupioveii una uioiiar lo ii diiRuu? ui over lOoo feet and exploding into a beauti ful bouijuet de fue of all the colors known in 1 yrotechny. Rockets, Gold Rain. No. lo, Shield oe Iris. Commencing with a brilliant ring of Maltese tire with a dark anl opaque center, of a suilli?n it be- comt's nik'U witu orauanc lines oi au coi ors i 1 ..., .... ikiH ki1 s i iiitir I'd v.-. 1 v. .-... rr.. ... ,. . . .- i.'.. . ,. a i..i.r., t r...u i.r. 1 1 j r.r.r.i..i.M An entirely new piece never belbre fired in New England columns of Saxon in brill- ' iant Chinese tire, rapidly revolving, with crimson, green and violet cente s support the ; motto "RUTLAND" in letters of tire ; j above appears the American Eagle worked in lance of brilliant Greek and colored fre. From the columns and entirely filling the , space between are rays of sun, fire and Chin ese Geibs: on either side of the temple ex- i tend batteries and fire pumps, composed of : candles, mines discharging immense juan tities of bees, serpent.-. ai;d stars oi all colors, J the whole is arched, and terminated by a , grand flight of Rockets firing a grand fue de joi in honor of the day. ' What New York ha-" Done. It is j stated that since the call of the President for J volunteers, New York has sent into the field, j fully armed and equipped, without expense j to the General Government, forty-two regi- ments, numbering nearly forty thousand men, and there are eleven other regiments at the depots in New York, Albany anil Elmira, nearly ready to march, five of which were to go forward this week and tho residue this, so that by the fourth of July there will have been sent into the field from that State alone, in the short space of two months and a half, fifty-three regiments, constituting an army of over fifty thousand men ' The cost of this", including the contributions by the State, by the city of New York at d by other cities and towns and individuals, is estimated to have been about S10,000,oO'. CTMiss N. Krright,tteacher of plain, prac tical and ornamental penmansbip,encouraged by the patronage already extended to her by the people of Rutland, has concluded to pro loag her stay for a second term, which com mences this (Monday) evening, at 0 o'clock, at the Prick School House No. l'J on West Street. We understand that the patronage bestowed upon Miss Knight's School in this place has been far more liberal than she had expected in these general hard times. We are glad to hear that she has been agreeably disappointed in this respect, and yet it is a matter of no surprise whatever that it is so. Miss K. is a teacher of long experience and thoroughly qualified to instruct in all the styles ot penmanship which she proposes to teach, and as her terms are so very low be- i -ii- ii 1 :. ,.. ,i ., ingonlv?l for it lessons it is no wonder " - that the number of her pupils should increase, rather than diminish, as her merits become more generally known. We Jiope those persons whose penmanship may need improv- in", and all friends of Education among us, will make themselves acquainted with the 1 ,. . . ., benefits and advantages ot this excellent school. FESTIVAL. The ladies of the Baptist Society will hold a Festival at the store lately occu pied by J. M. Haven, in Town Hall Block, on Thursday, July Fourth. Ice creams, strawberries, and other delicacies of the sea son, will be served up in the best -style, and all are invited to attend. The proceeds will be applied for the benefit of the Baptist So ciety. St. Johnsbury jail was set on lire on Thurs day night last by the prisoners, who doubt less hoped to escape. Mr. Eldridge, the jailer, wouldn't let them out, but passed in wjter, and the pri-oners were glad enough to put out the fior themselves to avoid being smothered. Large Flekces. Mr. B. D. Parker, of Poultney, sheared from a buck 1 years old last season, a fleece weighing over 23 pounds; and this year from the same, sheared a fleece that weighed 24 pounds 4 ounces. Mr. E. Barker, of Custleton, recently sheared a buck, the fleece weighing 17 lbs. 7 ounces. WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE. Arrival nd encampment f th 2d Vt. Regi ment. Number of troops in and around Washington. The approaching Snin of Congress. The llebels and tfutr prospects. Arrival of Senators and M. C's. The arrest of Marshal Kane. Baltimore trea son, At., frc. Washington City, I June 27, 1861. Editor. Herald : I am glad to announce the arrival in this city of the Second Vermont regiment, Col. Henry Whiting, commanding. They arrived at the depet about 3 P. M. yesterday, and immediately marched to the grounds provided for their encampmat. The men appearded somewhat fatigued from the ! for th(J past ftfW years ai tI( ,iv;nj, x. loss of deep during their journey, but were emplar of youn Venront that we Lave' had all well and every man able to shoulder his : auiongst us. 1Iis name haj be! often Jiere musket and knapsack, and march to the field. to,onj brou?ht )orwar,i at our State Conven There have arrived in this city as yet, but !,:,,!,;(;,,,.,, I.r ;vftr. few regiment s from any part of the country, that will bear comparison with th- Second ; i nnmt ni ;,,i..n;. i, .' ,. ' ' 7 ' ' " ! tlemanly conduct, bowers of endurance, , gen in- deed every quality i which goe to mike the true soldier. Vermo'iter run look upon ( this line bo Iv of ikien without feeling proud ! of his native State., 1 UK) ,l" ' " 1 "K 4" 41 I'M lMl about 3-4 bf a mile directly ear of , .i ! Ti.,1 1 i :..u 1 ,1 i iue uapiiui. 1 iio giounos are ui-i, irtci the Capitol. Tin. and drv, with a f ne well OT water near at hand. Rut one tlJing is wanting to make it i delightful loeatidn. and that is shle. En- i ley are t tli burning i ravs of the f.in, I i'ar thev will vote thii cli- i mate, at this eso i,a nuisance, and in which vour Correrr.on'ln t will join them tno-t hear- ! uy- "li,:n w,!l ft the fiell !a-r evening,' : tliev had m-t fouimenced Pitching their ten's i .... . When thev get t iirl tfled. W" -'l t 1 call on them again, aiid see how they 1 ok after being thoroughly the air earan'-e oi rested, and al-o senitmize the camp. V- nave now. located in and Ji rour. l tins eitv. -o'ti-'t tittig over tjM.iioo troojl-i Now let Gen leauregard. or a- S.-n t'or ; .Johnson ot lennes-ee call him. i - i. No 1 armv a- -on regard, pro-.-iv 1 with his r, as he tnav. we .-iijti! ! prep tre 1 t j jiv him : a verv different ?eeeption from tint rc-.-ived ; at Fort Sumter. The lines of the two .i-mi'-s ' are now a'niosi with n hi!i:ig di-t . " iA ea .h oth'-r, but :io movemen' on th" par' of : either is 1 -nowt, to have t ken p'fe tor i several days. j We rather sijspect that this delay is to j await the approaching ses-ion ot' Congress, j and this has led many tosuppo-e that the ad i ministration is j up a peace of We however, indeed we are. Jrepared to propo-e to pa me sort. do not share ia this opinion ; : a-sur-d. semi-ofTa-ia'sly, that the administration will propos" nothing of the sort. I Jn tlie crtntrarv, thev wui cUoeounteri- ,, ,1 ", . , amx " d.- v. x....... .... ..... ..... v.... I ... all I UI a ij;v.v-4.- i'- . 'it, v, ur I . I r We are loosing bothing b dclav. Tie n l.el : armv have aireanv oecome impatient an'i troublesome, and if left entirely alone will soon become so dissatisfied and demoralized that thev will fi ibht i.mnng themselves. In mv opinioh the vietorv is already as gool as won. The S juth with all her ports j true patriot from whatever party he may blockaded, hemmed in on the North through- ...- i ... ,.,,:,... ,.f.i;,;(.:an. am! evn. ,-t- out their entire j border, with their supplies entirely cut ol',. how is it possible for the boasted Southern Confeileracy to long exist with a large ariny in the held to support. It ! under such cirofmistances at the verv longest. Every train from the North and West is no w bringing to the city a large numler cf Senators and M- Cs., who are busy in ar ranging matter's for the extra seion of Con gjes. Put two genliemen are siokeH of for the speakership, vifc : F. P. Blair, dr., and G. A. Grow, with J. W. Fornev and Emerson Eth- eridge for clerk. What the chanres of either of these gentlemen are, we are not able to state. We, however, are inclined to the opinion that Messrs Grow and Etheridge will be the lucky ipen. Intelligencelhas just reached this city that Gen. Ranks arrested Marshal Kane, of Haiti- more, for treason, this m rning about ; i o'clock, and that martial law has teen pro- ; claimed in iiiai tin . i ins an un me pari .... ., f . . I rt (..oi. li.inU-4. mve. crri-al mv to a 1 the ov- al citizens otilus city. Baltimore is not, nor has it been anything less than a seething caul dron of secession. No city has ever ex isted since the davs of Sodom and Gomorrah j that so richly deserves a similar fate as the city of lialtimore. It is well known that j manv thousand s in that city are secretly I armed, and ready at the first outbreak to turn their guns again-t the government : and this notorious Mashal Kane is known to be their chief aider and abettor. Gen Banks becoming acquainted with the fact that Kane had recently received a Brigadier General's ..":. l i . . i , , commission in tin icun aim., duo rot-doom. to leave for the scene of action, thought it prudent to cage the hud IKict he go' away, Selecting a force ot several hundred he qui . i , i r ctiy went to his residence and surprised him by an unusually early call. So quietly was t lie move managed that Kane had no tune to destroy anyj evidences of his treasonable guilt, of whiuh I understand there is an abun- v c w v- . i dance. Now, lor mvselt, as a erinouter, and in tne name oi that nooie state, fco ihsgraced iy a recreant ton, let me a-tc lien. iaiiKs to j r-.atur.lay, says: wish out thatl pestilent sheet known as the , ..0lir Il;l?s" aro at half-m .st t-dav, on ae " Baltimore Sun, whose owner and publish- j er, I am ashamed to say, is a Vermont man. fount of the death of young Bennett. He i -i i . . i ii. i , ,...-.,. ooui oy uirm ami euucation. Ni:oriiYii.. The Albany Journal says a man who ar- i J rived there a few days since from Savannah, xprcssed the utmost astonishment to find the people of the) North clothed in their right mind, lie hail e iiv ua u ween lom mat a reign ci i 1 I . L 1 .1 . n terror" existed; that robbery and pillage were j the order of tho day ; and that men of suspi cious loyalty were strung up to the lamp-posts and in our railway depots like so many smoked herrings at a grocer's. THE MONTPELIER CONVENTION, AND OUR NOMINEES. It is with unfeigned pleasure that we place at the head of our columns th names of th; nominees of the late Convention at Montpe lier for State officers, to be elected in Sep tember next. Mr. Holbrook, by kis long devotion to the best interests of the State, and in his stead fast adherence to, the claims of the agricultu rists and mechanics of Vermont to the sym pathy and encouragement of the State gov ernment, has won for himself a high reputa tion; and it is perhaps not too much to say that Frederick Holbrook h s been regarded ble circ.llm,lam.es bave untli now -d the a(.,jon Gf lore ardent friend, :- till wllO i will sav ttiat. tun may not au iiave ! .. .. .. rp, I..., i .. a more wise ! ami prudent lulj'ie-tr i inon jovai ie o- . ... iii tion to principle aula cooler, aulj.et in trepid hea'i. than the preient. We believe that in Mr. Ho. brook we hav.- foun t the man ,or tlll. iUy aii,i ,. jl0 ,r. ... ... , ( Jr. l.n'lerwoo l It 1- unr.eee--arv lor ua to speak. As an ae.-ompli-hed law yer. a true-hearted pa' riot, and a- a presiding ofli' t-r Qf the Senate, he has already di-tinguihe.l himself, and the people w'll sustain the Con- vtntion in renominating hbn to the office ; Mrhich he has so creditably tiiled for the past year. That Mr. J. U. P.i.- -hould be renominated as Treasurer, wa-. 'A' course, exp.- ted u;. i ability as an able lmaticier, and his character as a man. le-e 1 i;o couim-nt a' o ir hand-. Hut it i-, after ad, the -j.irit i f tie- Conven tion in itself t hat mo-' p'e;i-ed us. I leads at.d horns had leeri previou-ly ' .resented. w'iii !i were to "t.igg'T the a lion ot' '.e tfie-'ing. and we were t! n a'ere d with :.' . .r!- r.f d'-a-!-r.s in con-ei j'len-'e oi an honc-t i-ad of a eo.i.iiii' tee tiled jed to t.eit.jnii a eert. !! ! j;y. M'-n have been .ty l.-i-y tt.rf.tijiio it the fttate o tin uravcit t:e an'i -i;ia'ed -ti,n ! t'.i boly. ;nd s' me few. -M.'! more ( -;..-ri,e. solved to ( ru-h the a--tion cf honest '. r nion' freemen, by withhol liii r tleir ( outite i nance and stavirij at home. We are plea-;.- j to nor the other of these that neither th or!. factions firevailed. rnd that the Convention went on in its action to : the Derfectii.n of ;'s purpo-e. A Mr. -Sa-ver ' ' .i- i. i- i . -r ... i. t . of Ijurliiiirion ranted : Tom Power-, A u 1 : , placed hiui-eff in an impracticable j.osi'ion : John Cain -fayed at Iv ne and yet the Con vention went on a- hartnonlou-i v a- though bells" were ringing their first peal g over the union ot hearts too long ( ,7 i ot reioii-in , I separated, ami now l.rougnt together by the . , , ,. . -pi 1 , jnex--ran e lorcc-ot circumstance-. J he tu n l ; . , . . , ... i remarks ot the lion. Paul Dillingham, ot Mr. Carpenter, and Nicholson, and other-, in this Convention, will be long remembered : and the dav is not far distant when, in Vermont. j a I,rortr award cf prai..- will be given to the ants of public favor make a note of this fact ' The latest account of Geti. Scott's pro- I gramme, and a- good a gu-s as any o. th-m is that he does not mean to ristc a general engagement, or to make any tmmedivjte ad vance, in any quarter, but to concentrate such bodies of troop- as to make it madness for the rebels to attempt an attack, cut oil" the resources of the rebels ! demoralize their armies, and thus event ually drive them from the horder States. After this is done the lin-s will be drawn closer around the treasonable States, and an immense force be sent by waier to operate r.t various points on the southern coast, until the leaders succumb to the necessities of their position and sue for ternn. lly this suffocat ing process he hopes to finish up 'le rebellion bv Januarv. A corporal's guard fiom Col. Walla e's regiment, numbering thirteen men. tell iti on Wednesday with a party of for'y mounted rebols. near Curr.berland. and charged upon I them and drove them hack tor a in'fe. kiiliw i fight ot them, ;tn I securing a tiumher ot tneir ' hors --. i he rebels were I . rwHtils rein- : ton cd to aoout seven! v-fn ;!!. w'u'ii tuev ' j advanced lo th" !,a-k. 1'h" g ill mt Indian - i ; tns killed I went v -three o! the enemv b. I i in ire j i ne , v. 1 ' 1 1 i , ii mi , ii ii i ii' j one of their own number. i .t ..r .. ...i. .i o: onlv j - j Token ok Uk-i kct m i iik K IIi:xitY 1 ., , , Bk.nxk i r ok Midplliu kv. A t orrespotiil- ! , 1 j ' ,l I'n""" icuci uo.n .uiu iii-inii i , on was urged, wnen tie nrst enlisted, to remain in College and let others take his places, there being some twenty applicants rejected, because the Company was full. His reply was, that he felt it his duty to go and serve his country. Well and faithfully has he done so, anil great the sacrifice he has made." t Somebody sending lis an annnvmniw lrt'er from Tennessee threatens to assassinate us for what we said of John Bell. We hope he won't. We want the use of the whole rem nant of our three score and ten to repent properly of our vote for Bell last November. Prentice. MISCELLANEOUS WAR NEWS. J WILLIS ON LINCOLN. Gen. Lyon continues to follow up that ! Mr fill's writ"'' fr Washington to Ut precious " fugitive from juti:e." Gov. Jack- I w'. 8 IIo"e Journal son, with a srftrp stick. But the great rnn- i he I resident, ot course, is not to t tier has thus far proed to fleet for Federal ' TGien w'th, except upon urgent business, in vengence. A Virginian, recently appointed paymas ter in the army, says that the outrages com mittet ' upon the persons and prof erty of Union men in the Old Dominion, are incred ible. His own father, a man 82 years of aire. has been imprisoned beeause of his loyalty to ! was in sea' i o: finuiii ut toppA, h'jk The New Orleans Crescent gives an ae- I hand?, and looked iiKjuiriuglj ; upa wLich count of no less than five murders and several j I introluced myself, ajo!ogized far Ihe intrr shootings and stabbings in that city on the I ruptiow, and Mool hack to U-t hLa pa- But, 18th, together with robberies and a.-'aults in- having thus been tmde to kuovr me, he tojic numerable, which goes To confirm Mr. Rus- the occasion to jvid?e embarraMuient by a iV will".!. I sells account of the nn.-erabh; stae of ''x-ietv i there ly showi!; tiie the wav to Mr:. Liaeotus re I of t he 20th. h . s a let- : ;?-roni. . ... - .. Wi'h inv Itjtirrip varrit 44.r.Tirt fir. The Norfolk Her; ter from Command' er 1'orter cl the u. . , sloop-oi'-war St. MJry now in the Padfie, to lus son, an o('i :eij ot tli-; T-l-l army, hi l.etiti are ati'ionnced. eti -eiit t t!i navy d--cau-i-f tit - arn-t of the which dilval sen The docniueu: has b partmetii. an 1 h'JJl tiaitor. Aeeording t tie -'kirmi-h ;i' I'iii'li near II un iton a'l l ut!e-r:i a '-count-, in the (jr-'li IJeth"!, O'le knoMiep ic-ar 1 ii'k!').ii. tie- l j".-i o i 'ur -idl- tuo i; 275 ki!l-d and ! 1 v.o llid--d. 10 killed and '.v ine Iii- -'--I mi o-- .v-t- Out i wound'- 1. A'-.-o-n4- froai Cbfle-'on iet.-.-t th- d-vh. on the lo'iiin-f., of Cat". D-wan N. Ir.gra- i am. Merlv of ie Uoife.J S'Ves navy, trs a ' i. in t'e famous He figured. case of Martin Koz-lj-t. I le des'-red his llig. recently, in its diii.fr, though he declared he would tii-vcr lijht aainn it. A private letter im-.ti Memphis', June gi,t, to a ni'-reh tut in III .-'on. sa : We are having verv hot we.ifhi-r. All o r tnai! ar- rangem -ti's are tiow it ati eti i wi'h you from c.v i'e.l stte; light. 13 g theme. 'e have ee;, here. VS'e are in a' eeni- toi Uc ! h' only t4.' a e-eent t upon Us Irr.in La;ro:or some tinle, arid have) now tio douf t bit whit e otiU o i -s'i ti is a- to i will !. made. "1 j 'Hue. 1 Ij.n.' !.fiT ajoiite Oi -iO'lbt. OlTiie-- Ve.lij t lo i.'ji 1 I lll't". - li I fi 'el it IT W t' tl.i-ci-y 1 y the C.n - -ce . ,v,-l . Tt.is i ry :- in x;i." t -V. - -e ;.. f ! i read and me a Put -o 'f i-." Tf:'- --earner R .'i.o of r i ptobaMy. "i (.ob ; Th- r.utnli r. in i!' arms. to i wi 'CIS- to O'i-s ! i t r:,.. ,v:,o.-' s 1 .. "e-.'-ra'e I'M ii'ioii. I t il!. ;f I live, watt' lor :i' I never - iw tx-ior.-. tsiatj triug f ") :i Ejr-pe it. 1 oth'-r a'tn-. a part. Ii '-n.-ttt's n-!gn!n"iit. J.ut i J.:" ' -'and of j ,! Th'Te ar- ih"e hundred and t!,irv-o-;r t -ugar rfi i mor ula or:e- in lull blast in Frat I ft" on iti manufa turej th- la-t j ki r.-. I vear wft1 ' .ooo.ie i The troops jn th ' -'ill rcfui'ti iiui'-tii j .sr.e i ll niOVeiiiet! i rebel 1'te -. though ' na'lv tailing back vi.-ii.i'y of Washington ' in th'-ir camr.s. ard no ' thev a; pear to - zr- 1- j ouFi'rfax Court llou-e. J are -eporte't trom tne NEW.- .SUMMARY. Tie' Herald W i-h ng-on .-orre-p jndent -ays that General S. ot i- up. tly oj.po-e i to conipromi . i The Wa-'iingtoi i correspondents again ein- ! j.naficaiiy deny tr: ! net wid lavor aivi At :U" 1 resc'.ent or L at: tn ve:i.-r-. A co::i:ronii-e at the extra ses-i.-!ti. A French fecho 'master has re.-ently been punished with a wo inon-h-" imprisonment lor striking a -m.f . The detnau 1 ! r iron trom the Unite 1 oil' al.ni-sf to nothing in th- iron niafer- grumt.le. States has fallen England, at whu Prince Loui-. fi!' Ca'-l. wiio is about to niarrv the inne.s --iice oi i.tigiano. is oi diminutive size ail a v-ry or dinafy loking man. Seps ar- to immediafelv taken for or - ganizmg th reg in ;,. i ,, i 'A-...-. ing'on into briga (Jen. M.T0e him-e'f a - -ire is said to have fsptv--ed that .la:. Gen. D.x should command ot the Virginia l.p as-ign'-d to :h-j dii-ion. Lieu:. Tompkih- has dis.-ovicred t nd r.-tM-ls at jietina. where th v ovicred two thoj- sa have a i battrv I heir ibi-et probably i- U engage the Federal adv ,.(.L. Pi,il!ippa an- ready tor in- 1. Keilv. th- hero cf ihe The troop- at tant man L. C tion there, has .-re. has lieen appointed Briga.ii.-r- ai of the lVrtt-rii "irgini i fo-cc-. ( i enerai By his will, e ried." has le!t th. iour, who was never m;fr- bulk ot his property to Eir.- ar.l- ui Cavot.r. J I- brotiiei a .-on, and there , '.boo livtetol.is li ltive t itv I is a bei j'ie-t of oi Turin, tor an A lot of shoe wic captured infant .-hool. ' i ' belonging to the rebel lotccs a Piii!l-.pa. Our tr.-ip ;ho ight they hap nude rt capi'al haul, au 1 at OtH'l S-;..i sole- app 'riaf 1 ihe II:U -t:-tlee led articl. i v a pu:e i.is'e i i Mtigie i ly . I ft" vere made ofwo'-d. glued to -h upti-r. i ; i , -it, rr- ai:d ' ovcre l wi'h -auied r. -r. ! h" fr.'sv r- T v tj si W."v .el t''i' Unite. ! St;.'". t.-,k. :i on hjird the Ni- W. dn - diy in i. t-d by ( r md .lurv iu '-w Vo-i. - -in I iu i. t-s - wLi !i ,. I Ti- efgo of ,1 g captu'ci Jo- ph. tO Chll le dol'u-. The V bv tii" S in : .' giame i.'ig f.-. .r.m -tyii. a a 1 foel G tog- owe, S. (. I . t'liv U o.isar l Co iitMti :ri i i.ii'i- and tn-c-i i.OtM- pa--- in . o tcpor'i'ig s :m ! dinie -e-. O. j g,.niz i:o:i ..i ' th.-ir ;e ' i V -r ,l ' iVopi -t e.- ie n of the-e ac.i'io.-iz th ..- ; t gttcri.l . hji; e. all 1 Il' lke- ; another renews h" hanks , ity.nent : a third prnpo-' t- ;,q i" rjt.ttt? on h I til 1. a States. iiie ni iti whu -h"' j t II A brchcr oi J 1 -r-sotl. Col. Ell-.VO.thJ was a''' -felatei 'aiiiiin-i in the amp qt th- Eighth New Yoik regi meiit. on Tmfday morning la.-t at on .lock. At the 1 1 in-- ol i ts arrest n .e making inqeiiij s. and Ii4d ju-t b-eu a-king i juard tn tell 1 ii where to 'ind Oetj. McD v- 11'.- in a-lquart'. rs A bov ; ve,,rs o! I.nam-d Frmklin Hh- ! '"- n! ' reug.. -ton, wa; drow Led in Win., -ki river ... Mo.e i " Z of therein iorces in La. town oil Ihe 2.th in-.t. While f,-!,ing.he -lip- yV ' " -'?' ;"J "'f N"!' ' Bed into ih- ater from a ro k, near which l" m- are under tm cO-uuhv his litele-il b- , t.Miud mi liouror two afu rwanlii Tlie damage inflicted l.v the rebels u:on Is upon hio ril- 'S 2,000, - the property of the naitnuore and Ulno road Will reach the eiiorui jus sum ol 5: 000. iiitt-o uojra , uui cuance gave uie a verv Jdeasant exchange of a tew words with him ast evening. Pairig aero? the interior hall of the White IIou.k. toward the drawing room where 31 r. Lincoln wa to be at home to a few friends without ceremony, I met the chief magistrate on his way from the. tea room to Lis odiee. Evidently thinkigg that I ti"l. tew apt words, ad en h 1 by most cojnwv . : - - . . ,n '"P"- ' r tiat awkward j matter lor- a uigii I jri' tionary, an uaexjiecleij j atel brief irt -ni.-w -iih a Granger, incr.- a 1 ' uiirahiv and winiiiii iv doie. L was char acteristic. i'jT tiiere waB no l eri-mniv atxj'jt it ; but whiie it was la'.l 4 tact towaid ;i.'-. it was -juite a lull cf .uirie diguity lor ;.!u--selt'. Th'i'igii not courtly inanuei, it w, wtiat co-jnly taaurier tries iv iin.tte a mien and t! eji e to i a!'-"! .telv n iturai atid ii - r.- t for a lirjimue! to a;.irove. vil.l t, woui 1 liVe l.'-eli eX .-... ill ! V a-lUlirvl IjV ;i eliitwtoM r a Palm- rston. It u mjtejs-ihj.; to lo'k in Mr. Lincoln's lace, and Lear hltu sjeak a iw word-, without f?!i:ving in Lim He lvks as hot; -t as be do. s tall and l.e talh-r than n-t j-ojile jrLilc, iu the ai-orU-nt openness of Lis frai,k eyes, and tie leady in tel.igeie.-e ot his features and tx- ! pre-sioti. there is p.eaLiy oi piumie of ca- pioiiry . Till. L sT ot 7 UK lillOS TE FAMILY. Rev. Patrick Rron'e. lather of ihoe rmark ab'e women. Charl j'le, Anne an 1 L uiir Jatie Rronte. died oa the 7th of J ;ue r the o; i parsonage ol Hawortb. iuvicg reacle-d ttje a'Ika'tce.i age or ng'jiy x-rr year-. lie was a ii-iU of very quiet hih-. so uiU'-h so ti.at a' time- Le st-emel aljj; an a-ceie. T? 2aiu; of his children. uar the tMU.es t Cure;, Actoa and LUas I'j t iought Litu ii to a no oiiety trom Li t. L woul 1 g!a ii; hate shrunk' n Lai not the lo which l.e ! 're hi- oT-pr.r.g over .w ii.- . -j-turai i ii'., A'-". 1. 1 'h- future and d-.-gr.-i-Xi-jU of hi- -on J'rttri' k he met with a i.-a;.-jfoin'ment uhkh h--ou;d iii oweal, an i i j which Le 'ejt the , h-orpv of hi") iiugijer to be l.at iiy a o.iip-.-nsatioi;. Ou- by one hi- children w..-r- tai n fro. a h.ta, uui.l a la-t ie tor tii was ie't alone : aL'i had it not bcei, kiudiv a'tenti nil ol th Widower ot i .t.., '.-.!,.t.- I'-e ilfVl V..-I...;. won: i Lav- le j A sorrv life. As tf wa-. hJw.v-t, Lis -on.iu-! cheered hi ta'.-r da- i-iti to the Iu h arms he - a-k-ji.ati'i iii i,im wa ij-ttothe w:::i tne Laiie- oi Ijkjii;-. Of I i oil 1 UK WaK- We Lai a pi. -,jt vl't oa St-'day, Irom John liimiiii.g. of llogan-burg. Fratiiilin ountj, a j-riva-.e in tae I'j'h regimen:. Us us to "Ont.uu- n'.s paper to !in wile. - !,). sa;d he, is as god a patriot .as I an. ii.I will want to hear how we t-ehav in t.att.e. We ot cour.-e a-stire-i him that his wi.-lj -h'ju'. 1 v, coaipli.-! w.th. "I am obliged to oj.' he continued, " lor; to ttli )oii ihe truth, I would be juite ur.e-usy if I thought the Jo'- , nal, waich has U.'en our companion for s-.-v-en'eeti y '-ar-. oi J not go regular. Nt i'-L--: tife iior children cjl.11 get along without i.' How many ( hildieti have you 'f "Eigr and I receive.', a ler.er from tb young-- yesterday. It coiitained a little Ameri i: Flag, and these words written oa it : I) Pa: s'and by the stars and strqe-; . Ma wid U-Jl y ou the rest " And I nan v, ' obev the lit'le fellow's orJrs." John Brinning is a t-trong. uitiy ular i but Ins h;, aii'l voice trembled a trn'le w-. j sa; i this. Aib'in i Journal. I '. . ' - -''-. ClIALLANOE. The A1 ! Evening Ji urnal r.hblishc tiie fol''-. . The co.. liUieti oi T:o gave a sur; rt of th cutitrvii.eti alout h-aving tor .-. liame." u Tueslav. During the -: the loilowiisg was read : I. Jock Li Hcl. a loyal citizen of : ; I. nited States. ie-rebv chal!- Davis. Be.iU. eg.ud or anv ether !1 lV lu UH .,n lT0! - , v i . - i : ; io or or. loot, truiy iciievifg mat a .c... t 1 1 ay more always the a. hievir ot ut . j -ine'e the world h.. Lad a LUtory that Jur tr-iifors which the rone will t. j Jy a- cUu,-.ii-h i! tliis chaiienge is ted.' i .... . i not j.- 1 ll.l- ll.i- - J k Lhldle i- an old cava'' - us.- muscle, and one of :! i bo;-eiuen in ti.i- i-uu::':. l.lT. til 111.1 o;iri-;.e l l r.l:Ii;l.K (A1 H- Twelve -secv-iie: ! .. i . , . i I. i i . . c,. I'e.vi.. hae bo Jfid thelii-eivt-s, by a 1 Tfi' i" O.i'h. kill '. !'-.i.' Lor Letii r-i. in reergi his death. Tlits satiguit:ary task, when a-, n.etl' aih- divided, give- eig iii -thtve an t : third M'-'inis tirea- h o! ih.-se Wh.it '! peiia'.'y or - lie i; .h we ur.- ;t in'orun 1. Pnj'.,,b' tlOti Ot the i liill.IT not e.va. tl th'ti of the filli'il o:v. i w- i,-fl in 11 o Wi it, who -v.i. at for 'rii.k '.: of whom a . j : -.1 j wouid :,--:!.c!- ! -uin r..v at. I matk. d ti, lie-, t'.. ;.- ."I'h.-.V. )'. Tr- Col. For:: -y w Pilibid -it.ci i IV ' e- from W.ishj". as follow: " A do".tnelit W.ls 3e eiVed t?il- I.. Y (i ;.. " 1 it. -'i i '. Hon; I I'ni'Ci : V. I.o." I -am ' is I'J Ui. 15 tly Ujipics-..- ! i: - is i;i i- ptc-'-iii po-ition. The p per t lined iiitbrm if ion drawn Iro.u a ;-ces-i u ho-v e i i ioii was v.-r o;tie by the iu: j,,n;!; ,i ,,- was in - i -r-aiiou with a C ' . j ,,,,. ! reved-a i, ,:i for J IK.- v . ill O 1 1 ! fhe reliei 1-rce is fj r-e ; divi-ions. O.ie of tbe-e i a't- ntioti our tio'-i - ; -.V.-tst-ingiun. While thi- is ilr. i ,.4timiH r.y til- i' -tottM . m-ii tb j and adv ,u-.-s ti.roug'i Mt-vLmJ r.-r M ii r, f j """" "--. -- . ; S une delay has M -urie 1 i' a ":,J S stall iiiig Udweeti Iee au I Uivi-. ; o r of lie promotion ot lt-niregrl, . o r ol ih" promotion ot l -uregirl. :u j appoiiiMie nt to a pi-i'i" whi.-li L.-e ''lJ" J I iiijus'lveoiningtohiiu-eli: Thisisthf- j ment coming to General Mausfieid- "